Welcome to “Scribbling in the Sand”

Greetings.

My name is Rick Conti.

Welcome to my blog, which also serves as a platform for my writing.

For the full story (pun intended) click on the “About” button at the top of this page and read all about it, as the Newsies would say.

Or click on the “Blog” option above and go right to my blog to read my fiction, my reviews, and my general rants about nothing in particular and everything in general.

ASLcoverI’ve also written two novels. The first, “A Slippery Land”, follows the perilous life of a Haitian girl who survives the 2010 earthquake but loses her family. “A Song in the Storm” is my second book. It was inspired by actual events, about a young woman who emigrates from Italy to the US to marry a man she’s never met.

Click on either image to visit their respective pages on Amazon, where you can buy them in either paperback or Kindle eBook. Or you can visit my Amazon author page where both books are listed.

I hope you have a chance to check them out. I’d love to get your feedback.

2 thoughts on “Welcome to “Scribbling in the Sand”

  1. I just finished reading A Slippery Land and absolutely loved it! My younger daughter adopted mirror-identical-twin girls from an orphanage in Haiti when they were about 3 years old. They are 15 years old now.. beautiful girls. I think they model in my mind a vision of Fania! Do you by chance live in Chelmsford, MA? We have a Jave Room here.

    • Thank you for your kind and affirming words. Glad to hear about your daughter’s girls. If I may say so, Fania is a good role model for any young woman!

      Yes, I’m in Chelmsford and we’re talking about the very same Java Room. Great location for writing and fine jazz, too. 🙂

      Thanx again for your comments, Barbara. God bless.

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